So back end of 2022 we found out my dad has myeloma cancer they caught it early, he has just finished recently some sort of chemotherpy wich he has been having every Friday. So next month (February 2023) he is due to go into hospital for stem cell treatment, he will be in hospital for one month im told. Hes doing everything by the book and I'm so so proud of him , my dads thee old fashioned typical male type dosent talk much about hos feelings, proud, shows no sign of fear or weakness typical 1950s brit, hes my idol! my hero ! My best friend! So last weekend i found out from my mother that without this treatment he would most likely pass away within 12 months we may get 2-3 years with him more. Im 32 about to turn 33 next month im lucky to have had him for these years some people dont get that im blessed to have been given this time with him and just to basically have him hes the best! But ill be honest i cant imagine life without him i think about it everyday. Knowing the time i have with him now is limited and i know the obvious of cherish the time i have with him value it, be there for him, and my mum! I know all this but bottom line is its breaking my heart slowly and i have a feeling when the time comes my heart will be fully broken.
If someone out there has been in a similar situation to me, i would really love and appreciate to hear from you . What you did how you coped with it from start to finish!